Calendar of Events


   If you have an event you would like to see listed in the Calendar of Events, please email your request to or mail your submission to Show Me The Ozarks, 18724 Hwy 59, Neosho, MO 64850. Events are printed on a space available basis and must be received by the 5th of the month prior to the month of the schedule event. 

 In light of COVID-19, please confirm any events listed below are still occurring with the respective organization before attending.

Farlington, KS

January 1: First Day Hike at Crawford State Park, Farlington Lake, 10 am, 1 W. Lake Rd.

January 1: New Year’s Polar Plunge, Crawford State Park, 12 pm, 1 W. Lake Rd.

Franklin, KS

January 1: First quarter exhibit opens at Miners Hall Museum: “Artifacts from the Vault,” 701 S. Broadway St.

Pittsburg, KS

January 1-31: Special exhibit opens at Crawford County Historical Museum: “Bootleggers Versus Badges: The Law, The Liquor, The Lifestyle,” 651 S. US-69.

January 14: Red Cross Blood Drive, Memorial Auditorium, by appointment only. Contact: or call 620.231.7827

ArtForms Gallery Workshops, 620 N. Broadway, Pittsburg, KS. 620.240.0165

January 6, 13, 20 & 27 & February 3 & 10: Online Drawing, 6-7 pm. Artist: Laura. Let’s try something different! Grab your sketchbook or suitable paper and your favorite drawing pencils! This workshop is meant to be fun while drawing! Improve your drawing skills in this online 6-week workshop. This is a progressive series of drawing that builds upon the previous week’s drawing. However, if you need to miss a week, a quick one-on-one session will catch you up. For those who register and pay, Laura will contact you with details to virtually attend, so be sure to supply your cell number and email when you register. $30 for all six sessions, payable at time of registration.

January 9, 16 & 23: Beginning Stained Glass, 10 am-3 pm. Short break for lunch, please bring your own lunch. Artist: Dianne Miller. This 15-hour course is for the beginning stained-glass art student or for someone who wishes to improve stained-glass skills. You will learn to score, break, groze, grind, copper foil and solder your creation. You will take home a completed stained-glass panel (approximately 8” x 10”) that you will be proud to display! An emphasis will be placed on glass considerations for different patterns, glass-cutting techniques and the steps to assemble a Tiffany-style glass panel. You will have a choice of six patterns. No experience is necessary. All tools, glass and supplies provided by the Gallery and instructor. Protective eyewear is required. Regular eyeglasses are sufficient. Please do not wear open-toed shoes when working with glass. Class is limited to six participants to allow for social distancing. Face masks are required in the Gallery. Cost: $150 payable at time of registration. Ages 16 and older. Minimum of four students required to hold the workshop; maximum six students.

January 10: The Amalgamation Necklace, 2-4 pm. Artist: Kristin. Learn to crochet wire with beads to make jewelry that will be fun to wear and brighten your day! This is a great way to incorporate beads from broken jewelry or leftover projects. All tools and materials are provided. Cost: $35, payable at time of registration. Ages 14 and up.

January 17: Watercolor Cards, 2-4 pm. Artist: Daria. Using watercolors, paint four cards (4” x 3”) or two cards (5” x 7”). You will paint snow scenes. All materials and supplies are included. Cost: $30, payable at time of registration. Ages 12 and up. Class limit: 10.

January 24: Ceramic Pitchers, 2-4 pm. Artist: Daria. Participants will work with a clay slab to create a functional pitcher. All supplies are included along with the two firings necessary to complete the project. Cost: $45, payable at time of registration. Ages 12 and older; ages 12-14 require adult supervisor. Class limit: 8.

Carl Junction Community Center: 303 N. Main, 417.649.7237

Tuesdays & Thursdays: Yoga, 6 pm. Saturdays: Zumba, 9 am & Wednesdays, 6:30 pm. Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday: Pickleball, 6-10 pm. Tuesday & Thursday: 1-3 pm. Sunday: 3-6 pm.

Carthage, MO

January 2: All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast, 9-11 am, Carthage Shrine Club. Public welcome. $7 per person. Call 417.317.0609.

January 2: Yoga 4 Kids w/Stacey Stiles, 11 am-12 pm. 121 E. 3rd St. Fee: $5/child; parents free with child. Call 417.437.2389.

Diamond, MO – George Washington Carver National Monument Visitor Center Free Programs. Two miles west of Diamond on Highway V, then 1/4 mile south on Carver Road. Visitor center and park grounds open daily 9 am-5 pm. Call 417.325.4151 or visit *Programs will be presented outside on the park grounds.

January 2: New Year Boundary Trail Walk & Winter Hiking Safety Talk, 9 am-noon. Join a ranger on the 3-mile boundary path walk with a 1.5-mile option available. Please wear hiking boots and bring a water bottle. Masks and social distancing encouraged.  

January 9 & 10: Struggle for Education, 1 pm. Can you imagine being denied entry to school simply because of the color of your skin? Learn more about this and other challenges George Washington Carver faced in his pursuit of a formal education, while coming of age in the years after the Civil War.  

January 16 & 17: Encouraging the Next Generation, 1pm. Teacher? Mentor? Friend? Regardless of his roles, George Washington Carver had a knack for inspiring others. Learn more about his influence on his students both at Tuskegee Institute and on his speaking tours at white colleges and universities, which encouraged racial understanding and cooperation.  

January 23 & 24: Who Was George Washington Carver? 1 pm. World-renowned scientist, passionate educator and dedicated mentor; George Washington Carver was all of these and so much more. Join a ranger to discover more about this visionary.  

January 30 & 31: George Washington Carver: Man of Great Faith, 1 pm. Did you know George had his first religious experiences, including his first prayer, right here on the Moses Carver farm? Come hear how he learned to listen to ‘the Great Creator’ when studying nature, science and in the stillness of his early morning walks. 

Joplin, MO

Saturdays: Joplin Empire Market, 10 am–2 pm, Joplin Empire Market, 931 E. 4th St. The Joplin Empire Market is the place to find the best in locally grown produce, gourmet foodstuffs and handmade artisan goods. Housed in a historic brick building adjacent to downtown, this indoor/outdoor public market is one of Joplin’s favorite gathering spots. Curbside ordering is also available, and orders may be placed Tuesday at 8 pm until Thursday at 8 pm at Curbside pickup hours are 10:30 am-12:30 pm Saturday. More information: Ivy Hagedorn,, 417.986.3914.

January 8: First Friday WineShare, 6-8 pm, TBA. Bring a bottle of wine or a craft beer. Free. More information:, 417.501.9649.

Wildcat Glades Friends Group, 201 Riviera Dr., Joplin, Missouri. All programs are free of charge, but registration is requested. To register, please email or visit our Facebook page for online registration options. Classes are limited to the first 20 students registered for preschool and yoga classes.

January 1: First Day Hike, 8:30 am. Wildcat Glades Education Cottage. Start the year off right, in nature. Meet us inside the new Wildcat Glades Education Cottage, then join us on a guided hike on the trail through the park. Registration is required; please wear weather-appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes. To register, visit our Facebook page, call 417.708.7713 and leave a message or email

January 16: SNOWflakes, 1 pm, Wildcat Glades Education Cottage. Nature Explorers ages 7-12. Winter is an amazing time of the year. If you are lucky and the conditions are right you might get to see something amazing fall from the sky, SNOW! Snow isn’t just for sledding, snowball fights and building jolly friends; snow is an important part of nature. Join us to learn about how snow is created and what it does for nature. To register, visit our Facebook page or email

January 20 & 23: Eagles of Missouri (sponsored by Calvin Cassady) 10-11 am, and January 23, 1-2 pm, Wildcat Glades Education Cottage. Preschool connections. Is that a hawk, or a vulture, or an eagle? I think it is our national emblem! Learn about eagles and other raptor birds. This time of year, we are lucky to see eagles in our area. A story, a song and a craft will be included in our class. To register, please visit our Facebook page, call 417.708.7713 or email

Virtual 5k: Run! Walk! Jog! At your own pace, on your own time. Get outside or hit the treadmill to participate in the Wildcat Glades virtual 5k. There are options for a finisher’s medal, race bib and t-shirt with this event available for local pick up or shipping inside the US. Registration is open for the foreseeable future and is available via our Facebook page or at If you have any questions, please email

Cultural Events

Brought to you by Connect2Culture. This content is available 01/01/2021 at january2021. The events listed below are creative alternatives offered by area arts and cultural organizations in the wake of COVID-19. Please confirm the events are still occurring before attending.


Saturdays: Joplin Empire Market and Empire Market Curbside, 10:30 am-2 pm, Joplin Empire Market, 931 E. 4th St. Locally grown produce, gourmet foodstuffs and handmade artisan goods. Advance online ordering for curbside pickup is the best way to secure all of your favorite Empire Market goodies! Online ordering begins Tuesday at 8 pm and ends Thursday at 8 pm and can be made at Curbside pickup is held Saturday from 10:30 am-12:30 pm. More information:, 417.986.3914.

Through January 1: Holiday Tree Trail at Mercy Park, 3002 St. Johns Blvd. ‘Tis the season to try something new! Joplin Parks and Recreation proudly presents the first Holiday Tree Trail – a collection of Christmas trees decorated by area businesses and organizations displayed at Mercy Park. Gather your family and friends and admire this local winter wonderland! For a full list of dates and additional details, visit Free and open to the public. More information: Jessica Johnson,, 417.625.4750.

January 3, 10, 24 & 31: Joplin Comedy: Open Mic Comedy Night, 9 pm, Blackthorn Pizza & Pub, 510 S. Joplin Ave. Try out your latest stand-up routine or take in the acts of local comedians, all while enjoying tasty pizza from Blackthorn Pizza & Pub. Age restrictions: 18+ until 10 pm, 21+ from 10 pm until close. Free. More information:, 417.540.9186.

January 9: Opening Reception: K-12 Show (grades K-5), noon-2 pm, Missouri Southern State University, Spiva Art Gallery, 3950 E. Newman Rd. Description TBA. Please note: All face-to-face events on MSSU’s campus are limited to MSSU faculty, staff and students until further notice. Free and open to the public. More information: Dr. Christine Bentley,, 417.625.9563.

January 9: Opening Reception: K-12 Show (grades 6-12), 2-4 pm, Missouri Southern State University, Spiva Art Gallery, 3950 E. Newman Rd. Description TBA. Please note: All face-to-face events on MSSU’s campus are limited to MSSU faculty, staff and students until further notice. Free and open to the public. More information: Dr. Christine Bentley,, 417.625.9563.

January 12: C2C Monthly Check-Ins, 11 am-noon via Zoom. These casual, online meetings encourage Joplin area arts and cultural organizations to share brief updates, news and ideas with one another during this time. You and your organization are invited to join the conversation! Let’s keep the arts and cultural community connected. Register at You can register for all check-ins or just specific dates. Instructions will be sent as soon as you register. More information: Emily Frankoski,, 417.501.5550.

January 14: Joplin Writers’ Guild, 6 pm, via Zoom. The Joplin Writers’ Guild, a chapter of the Missouri Writers’ Guild, includes a wide variety of writers from hobbyists to professional, published writers. Members have published novels, nonfiction books and articles. The group focuses on supporting each other and sharing information about the publishing and writing industries. This group is open to the public. Dues $10 for the year, but anyone interested can attend their first meeting free. More information:, 417.691.0480.


Through January 3: A Display of TEA, Post Art Library, 1901 E. 20th St. Looking for something to warm you up? Post Art Library has just the thing! Drop in during Joplin Public Library’s open hours to see A Display of TEA, featuring teacups, teapots and tea-related items from various local collections. Located in the library’s display cases, TEA will be on display through Sunday, January 3. Presented by Post Art Library inside Joplin Public Library. Free and open to the public. More information: Jill Sullivan,, 417.623.7953 x1041.

January 1-31: Come Fly with Me by Jake Deer, Urban Art Gallery, 511 S. Main St. Travel to dizzying heights with local aerial photographer Jake Deer. With their bird’s-eye-view perspective, his drones capture the Four-State Region like you’ve never seen it before. More information: Linda Teeter,, 417.438.5931.  

Through January 12: K-12 Art Show, Missouri Southern State University, Spiva Art Gallery, 3950 E. Newman Rd. Description TBA. Please note: All face-to-face events on MSSU’s campus are limited to MSSU faculty, staff and students until further notice. Free and open to the public. More information: Dr. Christine Bentley,, 417.625.9563.

Create N Sip, 223 W. 3rd Street:

All Month: Create N Sip To-Go Kits. Get creative while maintaining social distancing with one of Create N Sip’s To-Go Kits! More information: John Coleman,, 417.680.5434.

Wednesdays: Wine’d Down Wednesday, 5-9 pm. Canvas and home decor DIY event! Choose the project that works for you. Prices vary depending on chosen project. Cost: $28-$58. More information:, 417.680.5434.

Saturdays: Saturday Morning Choose Your Canvas, 10 am. Select the painting you want to recreate and let the experienced staff at Create N Sip help you make a masterpiece. Prices vary depending on chosen project. Cost: $28-$176. More information: John Coleman,, 417.680.5434.

Local Color Art Gallery & Studio, 1027 S. Main St.: 

Tuesdays & Wednesday: Oil, Acrylic & Watercolor Come & Go, 2-5 pm. Stay up to 3 hours of painting time; you can accomplish and enjoy more personal instruction. Award-winning artist Paula Giltner teaches watercolor, oil and acrylic painting techniques and design principles. Bring any materials you have for the first lesson and learn about the materials you might need for additional lessons. $20.

Wednesdays: Wednesday Watercolor & Fluid Acrylic Come & Go, 10 am-2 pm. Enjoy traditional or experimental watercolor painting led by Donna Roberts, who will use watercolors or fluid acrylics. Sign up required; you can sign up at Local Color during regular business hours or by calling 417.553.0835. Cost: $20 with your own supplies, $30 with supplies furnished. More information:, 417.623.3727.

Third Thursdays: Painting and Sculpting with April Davis, 6-8 pm. Students may choose to create an acrylic painting or a sculpture. April Davis will guide you through her simple techniques that make painting or sculpture easy and fun for all levels, beginner to advanced! $30 per class. More information:, 417.553.0835.


January 14: ZINEspiration: An Intro to Zines & Zine Making, 6 pm via Zoom. What’s a zine? Experience ZINEspiration: An Intro to Zines and Zine Making with Post Art Library’s Jill Sullivan to find out! During this informal, easygoing virtual gathering, Sullivan introduces zines, touches on the history of the medium, provides further resources, as well as advice for how to start your own zine publication, followed by a discussion and Q&A. Already in-the-know about zines? Then join for some good old-fashioned zinespiration! All ages welcome (though 13+ recommended). Registration required. Register at Free and open to the public; library card not necessary. More information: Jill Sullivan,, 417.623.7953 x1041.

Spiva Center for the Arts Galleries and Gift Shop Hours: 10 am-5 pm, Tuesday-Saturday; 1-5 pm Sunday; closed Mondays and major holidays. Suggested voluntary contribution for admission is $2 adults; $1 children. Call 417.623.0183. Complete listing of classes at or follow us on Facebook. Register at and click on the Active Network link for class registrations, scholarship forms, membership payments and donations.


January 9-March 13: Journey: Legacy East Town, Spiva Center for the Arts, Regional Gallery, description TBA. Free and open to the public; donations appreciated. More information: Jade Henning,, 417.623.0183.

January 9-March 6: Route 66: Crossing Cultural Lines, Spiva Center for the Arts, description TBA. Free and open to the public; donations appreciated. More information: Jade Henning,, 417.623.0183.

Through January 12: K-12 Art Show, Missouri Southern State University, Spiva Art Gallery, 3950 E. Newman Rd. Description TBA. Please note: All face-to-face events on MSSU’s campus are limited to MSSU faculty, staff and students until further notice. Free. More information: Dr. Christine Bentley,, 417.625.9563.


Tuesdays: Creation Station (ages 6-11), 3:45-5 pm. A variety of media: painting, drawing, clay, collage, sculpture and printmaking. Explore the galleries with scavenger hunts and other activities. Pre-registration recommended. Space is limited. Cost: $6 preregistration and $8 at the door. More information:, 417.623.0183.

Thursdays: Memories in the Making, 10 am-noon. This art experience is centered on the expression of creativity through painting for those dealing with memory loss. No prior art experience necessary. Free. More information:, 417.623.0183.

Second & Fourth Saturdays: Vet Art with Sandra Conrad, 10:30 am-noon. Instructor Sandra Conrad will lead participants every second and fourth Saturday of the month in a variety of art projects using different mediums. Pre-registration required. This free event is open to all active military, reserve, National Guard and veterans and their families. More information:, 417.623.0183.

Neosho MO:

Through January 2: JRAC: Renewal, Crowder College, 601 Laclede Ave. Feeling worn out and run down? Find rejuvenation in the newest exhibit from Joplin Regional Artist Coalition (JRAC). Aptly named Renewal, the exhibit features work from local artists who strove to embody the concept of renewal in their artwork. Displayed pieces are available for purchase. Free and open to the public. More information: Emily Rose,

February 11-13: ArtCon2021, held virtually. Panels, cosplay contest, workshops, trivia, gaming and more. Kids, teens and adults. We are placing the safety of our volunteers, artists, vendors and guests as a top priority. This choice was not made without deep consideration to event quality. We know it won’t be the same, but we do have a great event planned and hope you will join in the fun from the safety of your home! For more information, email or visit

 Health Events

Galena, KS

January 5: Weight Loss Surgery Seminar meets the first Tuesday of each month, 6 pm, Premier Surgical Institute,1619 W. 7th St. (Just minutes from Joplin, past the Missouri state line.) 620.783.1732

Dr. Kido, one of our fellowship-trained surgeons specializing in minimally invasive and bariatric surgery, and his nurse and success story Kelly, are providing free weight loss seminars in the Grand Lounge of Premier Surgical Institute. The seminars are designed to welcome and inform members of the Four State Area interested in learning about – or already considering – surgery as an option for weight loss treatment. Dr. Kido has an impressive record of patient weight loss results. He offers a caring approach to improve patients’ overall health and help to those suffering from the physical, emotional, medical, and financial consequences of being overweight. Dr. Kido provides solutions that will break the cycle for the many who are frustrated with unsuccessful efforts to lose weight or maintain weight loss.

Premier’s luxurious and peaceful hospital grounds promote wellness and offer the perfect setting for you to relax while we provide important information about our weight loss surgery options.

No reservations necessary to attend. The seminars are free and open to the public. Light refreshments provided.

Parsons, KS

January 14: Grief Companions Support Group meets second Thursday of each month, 6 pm, Elm Haven West. Call 620.704.1110.

Via Christi Hospital – Pittsburg, KS  

January 12: Breast Cancer Support Group, 3:30 pm, Cancer Center conference room. Meets second Tuesday of each month. Call 620.235.7516.

January 27: Cancer Support Group, 3 pm, Cancer Center conference room. Meets fourth Wednesday of each month. Call 620.235.7900.

Joplin, MO

Every day: Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings. Call 888.740.4568.

Every Monday: Tips for Living a Healthy Life, 10 am-12 pm, South YMCA, 3404 W. McIntosh Circle. Free; registration required. Call 417.625.2492.

Every day: 12-Step Recovery Meetings, Alano Club, 1800 E. 30th. Call 417.623.9645.

Every Friday: Grief Counseling, 11 am-3 pm, St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 706 S. Byers. Free. No appointment necessary.

January 13: Brain Injury Support Group meets every second Tuesday, 12-1:30 pm, The Independent Living Center, 2639 E. 34th. Contact Andrea Buening, 417.659.8086, for information and referral.

January 13 & 27: Grief Support Group meets every second and fourth Wednesday of each month, 11 am-12:30 pm, Hospice Compassus, 2650 E. 32nd St., Ste. 100. Call 417.623.8272.

Freeman Health System

Joplin, MO

January 5: Ozark Center Autism Support Group, 6-8 pm, Bill & Virginia Leffen Center for Autism, 2808 S. Picher Ave. Open to people with autism, parents and caregivers. Respite services for those enrolled through JRO should be requested in advance. Call 417.347.7850.

January 12: Freeman Bariatric Weight-Loss Seminar, 4:30 pm (registration), 5:30 pm (seminar), Freeman Business Center Conference Rooms, 3220 McClelland Blvd (back entrance). Better understand the options available for weight-loss surgery with doctors and bariatric team members. Please contact 417.347.1266 or to register.

January 13: Freeman Cancer Support Group, 2-3 pm, Freeman Cornell-Beshore Cancer Institute, 3415 McIntosh Circle. Call Lisa Paugh for questions at 417.347.4029.

January 19: Freeman Bariatric Weight-Loss Support Group, 5:30-6:30 pm, Freeman Business Center, 3200 McClelland Blvd., back entrance. Designed to help those who have had bariatric surgery. Call 417.347.1266.

January 19: Freeman Blood Drive, 9 am–5 pm, Freeman Hospital West Conference Rooms 1-4W. Save a life. Donate blood. Appointments are strongly encouraged to manage donor flow. To schedule your appointment, call 417.227.5006 or go to Gift card is available through the LifePoints local store. For more information, call 417.347.4603.

January 26: Freeman Advantage HealthWISE, 10 am, Freeman Business Center Conference Rooms, 3220 McClelland Blvd (back entrance). Hear from a Freeman provider about bladder health. Blood pressure checks offered. Please RSVP at 417.347.5837 for this event to ensure plenty of space for distancing. This event is subject to change based on the current situation with COVID-19.

National Alliance on Mental Illness – For information on NAMI, call 417.781.6264 or visit Meetings held at the NAMI building, 219 W. 2nd St., in Joplin.

Every Monday: NAMI Basics, 6-8:30 pm. A signature education program for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents living with mental illnesses.

Every Tuesday: NAMI Connection Support Group, 6:30-8 pm.

Every Tuesday: Self Injury Support Group, 5-6 pm.

Every Tuesday: Family Support Group, 6:30-8 pm.

Every Wednesday: Dual Diagnosis Support Group, 2:30-3:30 pm.

Every Wednesday: Post 5/22 Stress Counseling Sessions, 10 am.

Every Thursday: Family to Family Class, 6:30-8:30 pm. For families or caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses. Includes current information about most major mental illnesses; information about medications, side effects and strategies for medication adherence; developing strategies for handling crises and relapse; focusing on care for the caregiver.

Neosho, MO

January 25: Caregivers Support Group meets the fourth Monday of each month, 5-6 pm, Medicalodge, 400 Lyon Drive. Help with care, finances, insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, respite care, hospice care, day care and support for the caregivers. Sponsors: Avalon Hospice & Medicalodges Neosho. Call 417.451.2544.

Nevada Regional Medical Center, Nevada, MO

Caregiver’s Support Group: This meeting will not take place in person for the time being. However, we encourage anyone seeking support to call us, and we will be happy to visit over the phone to offer free support and resources. Barone Alzheimer’s Care Center. Call 417.448.3999.

January 9: Saturday Birth and Beyond Class, 8 am-12 pm, virtual classroom via Zoom – free class. Four-hour class covers childbirth, breastfeeding and infant care for women in their last trimester. Includes a tour of the NRMC OB as available. Call 417.448.3801 to register for this class. 

January 19 & 21: Tuesday/Thursday Birth and Beyond Class, 6-8 pm, virtual classroom via Zoom – free class. Two, 2-hour classes cover childbirth, breastfeeding and infant care for women in their last trimester. Call 417.448.3801 to register.

January 26: Rich Hill Family Medical Clinic Screenings, 11 am-noon, Kern Senior Center. Free screenings of the month: Blood pressure, plus this month’s screening: Body Mass Index.

Integris Baptist Regional Health Center, Grove, OK

January 14: Diabetes Support Group meets second Thursday monthly, 12:30 pm, INTEGRIS Grand Lake Diabetes Center, 1310 S. Main. Call 918.786.1801.

January 14: Caregivers Support Group meets second Thursday monthly, 11 am, Parish Hall, All Saints Episcopal Church. Call 918.542.3662. Open to the public.

January 12 & 26: Depression Support Group meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, 2 pm, Northeastern Tribal Health System Conference Room, 2301 Eight Tribes Trail. Call 918.675.2093.

Webb City, MO: aliceCBD – 530 N. East St., Suite A

January 5 & 28: Medical Marijuana clinic, 6-8 pm. Must pay $25 non-refundable deposit for appointment slot. See Facebook events on aliceCBD pages for complete info. Doctor appointments at our aliceCBD Boutique 530 East St., Webb City. 417.717.0614. 

aliceCBD, Loma Linda Location, 5399 MO-43, Joplin MO

January 4: Medical Marijuana Card class, 6-7 pm. We will answer all of your questions and help you decide if a card is right for you. aliceCBD Loma Linda location: 5399 MO-43, Joplin. Stop by or call 417.310.6052 to RSVP. Size limited.

January 7: SEED Swap for Medical Marijuana Patients, 6-8 pm. Trade beans or just watch, ask questions and learn more! At our aliceCBD Loma Linda location, 5399 MO-43, Joplin. Stop by or call 417.310.6052 to RSVP. Size limited.

January 25: Medical Marijuana Card class, 6-8 pm. We will answer all of your questions and help you decide if a card is right for you. At our aliceCBD Loma Linda location, 5399 MO-43, Joplin. Stop by or call 417.310.6052 to RSVP. Size limited.

INTEGRIS Baptist Regional Health Center, Miami, OK – For more information, visit

Every Tuesday: Free blood pressure and glucose screenings provided by INTEGRIS Regency Home Care and Hospice. First Tuesday: Commerce Nutrition Center, 10:30-11:30 am. Second Tuesday: Nine Tribes Tower, 10-11 am. Third Tuesday: Miami Senior Center, 10-11 am. Fourth Tuesday: INTEGRIS Baptist Village, 9-10 am.

January 5: Alzheimer’s Support Group meets first Tuesday monthly, 11 am, Generations fourth floor visiting room. Call 918.542.3391.

Mercy Maude Norton Mobile Mammography Unit Schedule: Call 620.429.2545 to find locations and a schedule for the mammo bus.

Crisis Text Line:
Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 support for those in crisis, connecting people in crisis to trained crisis counselors. Our first priority is helping people move from a hot moment to a cool calm, guiding you to create a plan to stay safe and healthy. YOU=our priority. Text 741741 from anywhere in the USA to text with a trained crisis counselor.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: